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Partner: NSG Group (UK)

Grant TitleHolding OrganisationValue (£)
A durable and scalable anti-soiling coating for solar modulesLoughborough University 493,263
Advanced Device Concepts for Next-Generation PhotovoltaicsUniversity of Oxford 7,679,606
Application Targeted and Integrated Photovoltaics - Enhancing UK Capability in SolarSwansea University 5,991,738
Biomineral-inspired mechanically tough perovskite solar cells with enhanced stabilityUniversity of Manchester, The 481,010
Digital navigation of chemical space for functionUniversity of Liverpool 8,699,373
Doped Emitters to Unlock Lowest Cost Solar ElectricitySwansea University 484,145
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Functional Industrial CoatingsSwansea University 4,837,926
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Molecular Modelling and Materials ScienceUCL 3,865,271
High-Efficiency Flexible and Scalable Halide-Perovskite Solar ModulesUniversity of Surrey 2,271,562
Highly Efficient Elastic Perovskite Solar CellsUniversity of Strathclyde 904,088
Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre (IDRIC)Heriot-Watt University 19,903,412
Manufacturing Organic-Inorganic Nanoparticle Composites with Nanoscale Precision via Directed Self-AssemblyUniversity of Cambridge 1,385,342
National Facility for High Resolution CL Analysis of Photovoltaic and Optoelectronic DevicesLoughborough University 2,668,403
New perspectives in photocatalysis and near-surface chemistry: catalysis meets plasmonicsKings College London 7,902,074
Smart Composite Material for Advanced Building Fenestration to Enhance Energy EfficiencyUniversity of Exeter 1,338,137
SPECIFIC IKC Phase 2Swansea University 2,997,633
Transforming the Foundation Industries Research and Innovation Hub (TransFIRE)Cranfield University 4,836,821
UKRI Interdisciplinary Centre for Circular Chemical EconomyUniversity of Surrey 2,766,105
Ultra-short pulsed laser welding - an industrially-relevant manufacturing tool for bonding IR and visible optical materialsHeriot-Watt University 974,287

Total Number of Grants: 19
Total Value of Grants: £80,480,195

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).